Looking for the latest fashion news? In this weekly section we provide you with the latest product drops, brand collaborations, fashion week news and other important topics you should know about. Today: week 32 including Savage Fenty’s Emmy nomination, the new it-color according to Bottega Veneta’s Daniel Lee, Fendi’s latest drop Meandmypeekaboo and Louis Vuitton’s tent.
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1. Savage x Fenty’s Emmy nomination
Let’s start with the most striking fashion news of the day. Last week, the 2020 Emmy Awards nominations were announced and against everyone’s expectations, a fashion made the list. Rihanna teamed up with Amazon Prime to create a true spectacle for her Savage x Fenty show in September 2019. With this event, she declared the traditional fashion show dead. However, there’s still room for classic presentations, but at least they won’t possibly receive an Emmy Award. Rihanna simply likes to do things differently. With her lingerie empire, she paves the way towards a more inclusive fashion industry, showing the world that beauty entails more than skinny, blonde supermodels. Thanks to Amazon Prime, she has spread the message widely – making her a very well deserved nominee for an Emmy Award. The hype is real.
2. Daniel Lee’s newest it-color
According to Bottega Veneta’s Daniel Lee, mauve is the it-color of the season. His Resort 2021 collection was packed with mauve-colored knits and leathers, which soon became an Instagram hit. The ultimate look got worn by model Selena Forrest – a head to toe mauve ensemble. Consisting of a heavily knitted cardigan and matching top and skirt. And Lee didn’t forget the shoes: he created a dazzling loafer pump including horse bit and pretty mauve leather. Definitely a color we will see a lot.
Meandmypeekaboo by Fendi
Chloe x Halle are the new stars of Fendi’s #Meandmypeekaboo campaign. The Fendi Peekaboo bag has had a cult status for years, and the classic fashion house once more proved its popularity and sense for today’s zeitgeist.
4. Louis Vuitton’s camping tent remains popular
Sometimes you might think a luxury brand launches a new item just to create buzz, without intending to sell. If that’s the case, then Louis Vuitton nailed it once again. Their LV-logo camping tent spices up every holiday to an instant glamping experience.